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Yolandi Groenewald

New shots fired in banking wars

Consumers can only benefit as the big four banks give in to pressure from low-fee upstarts and digital newcomers

Small power’s green light gets brighter

Efforts are under way to make it easier for firms, farms and households to sell electricity to the grid

Patrice’s rainbow empire

Self-made billionaire Patrice Motsepe embraces disruption and renewables in growth strategy

Eskom burns on through bailout

Despite alarm over the recent lifeline, state says the power utility is not on the brink of collapse

Retail focus for banking’s phoenix

The African Bank, which relied on unsecured lending, has diversified its product offerings

On the horns of a dilemma

Ahead of a crucial conference on international wildlife, the debate over whether to allow trade in rhino horn to fund conservation efforts rages on

Headless cats and government promises back in 2005

Government interest in the pollution claims appears to have been aroused by Constitutional Court action launched against President Thabo Mbeki

MultiChoice set for organic growth

The firm is countering threats from streaming services and is investing strongly in local content

The exotic game market goes bang

Insane prices were paid for high-value species — then there was a lull, followed by a crash

COP24 ignores dire climate warnings

The climate conference delivered a rulebook but nations failed to pledge to do more to cut emissions

Money issues bedevil climate talks

But SA’s delegation leader Derek Hanekom believes everyone wants to see a deal reached

Africa firmly in AB InBev’s crosshairs

The behemoth brewer has grown almost as much as it can but one continent remains untapped

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